Attitudes of nursing staff towards computerisation: a case of two hospitals in Nairobi, Kenya

@inproceedings{Kipturgo2014AttitudesON,
  title={Attitudes of nursing staff towards computerisation: a case of two hospitals in Nairobi, Kenya},
  author={Mathew K. Kipturgo and Lucy W. Kivuti-Bitok and Ann K. Karani and Margaret M. Muiva},
  booktitle={BMC Med. Inf. & Decision Making},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND The health sector is faced with constant changes as new approaches to tackle illnesses are unveiled through research. Information, communication and technology have greatly transformed healthcare practice the world over. Nursing is continually exposed to a variety of changes. Variables including age, educational level, years worked in nursing, computer knowledge and experience have been found to influence the attitudes of nurses towards computerisation. The purpose of the study was… CONTINUE READING
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